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Monday, October 16, 2017

CO2 Is It The Enemy or Is it Our Friend, A Historical Perspective

I saw this chart on an article describing how too much ice in Antarctica was causing penguin deaths.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2017/10/16/penguins-devastated-by-unseasonably-extensive-amounts-of-sea-ice/

The World Wildlife Fund said unseasonably extensive amounts of sea ice around the colony in East Antarctica had forced the adult penguins to travel further than normal to forage for food.
 But even though the excessive ice was the shown cause, they immediately return to the narrative of global warming.

 "The impact of this catastrophic event is confined to this specific colony of Adélie penguins, predictions are that the Antarctic will get warmer and this may pose different challenges in the longer term," Downie added.

I had one epiphany a few months back.    If the problem was actually CO2, wouldn't there be talk among all these "scientists" of planting 500,000,000 trees!


CO2 Chart I promised


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A scientific treatise on CO2 Historically, uses some cool Strontium isotopes also.

http://www.pnas.org/content/99/7/4167.full



A description of 2 of the lying methods used to "prove" CO2 is heating up the earth.   This first video contains some of the lies.


Carbon Dioxide Trapping of Earth's Heat – A Laboratory Experiment …
Video for Co2 lab experiment heat youtube▶ 2:37
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bX4eOg2LaSY
  • Summary below via CodeShutdown (presented at the now defunct ENENEWS)

  • CO2 absorbs about three different, discrete wavelengths out of the entire electromagnetic
    spectrum. Most of the 'heat' bypasses CO2 as if it wasnt even there (and it almost isnt, being a trace gas). Here is where the video is missleading. In fact its a bold lie; he says that CO2 traps the heat and insinuates it will trap more heat if there is more of it. This is the "CO2 acts like a blanket" lie.

    The CO2 is already 100% opaque to those wavelengths. Even at the lowest levels, its like having a blanket that is 100% thermally efficient…adding more blankets wont keep you warmer. Im not making this up, it is accepted by all scientists as true.

    So whats the theory then? It goes like this; at the upper reaches of the atmosphere all the gasses thin out. Finally some of the heat from those three wavelengths CAN escape to space from the layer of air below that held that heat. This has no effect on the ground or even low atmosphere. You would have to wait for atmospheric mixing to notice the effect. But notice that no matter how thick the layer of the atmosphere…the effect does not change…the air always thins out and always lets some of the heat from the next layer down out to space. So how does it work? The amount of heat escaping depends on the temperature of the atmosphere. Thats what drives the CO2 greenhouse effect. If the atmospheric…


    If the atmosphere were of a uniform temperature than adding CO2 would have no effect, according to the scientific theory. Its only because at higher altitudes, the air is colder and this allows more heat to escape.

    What do you think of that? The blanket theory and the video are essentially dis-info. Please take note of it

    these are the three bands that CO2 has an influence on
    http://nov79.com/gbwm/rad8-470.jpg
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    From reader comments, below.   For a good month after Fukushima, the skies were "angry" over Hawaii, unusual cloud formations and much cloud to cloud and cloud to ground lightning, whereas Hawaii might see just 1 or 2 lightning storms per year, it was almost daily.

    stock, just think how many cartridge's are releasing C02 daily around the world just in the Beverage industry, will they try to shut this down in the future…so called Scientist love Sodas/Beers/Champagne just saying'

    Krypton 85 is the bad boy thats causing all the climate havoc I'de say.

    Nuclear power plants may also contribute to climate change by emitting radioactive isotopes such as tritium or carbon 14 and the radioactive noble gas krypton 85. Krypton 85 is produced in nuclear power plants and released on a massive scale in the reprocessing of spent fuel. The concentration of krypton 85 in Earth's atmosphere has soared over the last few years as a result of nuclear fission, reaching a new record. Krypton 85 increases the natural, radiation-induced ionization of the air. Thus the electrical balance of the Earth's atmosphere changes, which poses a significant threat to weather patterns and climate. Even though krypton 85 is “one of the most toxic agents for climate,” according to German physicist and political figure Klaus Buchner, these emissions have not received any attention in international climate-protection negotiations down to the present.



    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krypton-85

2 comments:

  1. stock, just think how many cartridge's are releasing C02 daily around the world just in the Beverage industry, will they try to shut this down in the future…so called Scientist love Sodas/Beers/Champagne just saying'

    Krypton 85 is the bad boy thats causing all the climate havoc I'de say.

    Nuclear power plants may also contribute to climate change by emitting radioactive isotopes such as tritium or carbon 14 and the radioactive noble gas krypton 85. Krypton 85 is produced in nuclear power plants and released on a massive scale in the reprocessing of spent fuel. The concentration of krypton 85 in Earth's atmosphere has soared over the last few years as a result of nuclear fission, reaching a new record. Krypton 85 increases the natural, radiation-induced ionization of the air. Thus the electrical balance of the Earth's atmosphere changes, which poses a significant threat to weather patterns and climate. Even though krypton 85 is “one of the most toxic agents for climate,” according to German physicist and political figure Klaus Buchner, these emissions have not received any attention in international climate-protection negotiations down to the present. https://thebulletin.org/commentary/climate-protection-through-nuclear-power-plants-hardly9170
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krypton-85

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    1. Aloha, I added to the article body. TY

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